Analysis and numerics of the chemical master equation
It is well known that many realistic mathematical models of biological and chemical systems, such as enzyme cascades and gene regulatory networks, need to include stochasticity. These systems can be described as Markov processes and are modelled using the Chemical Master Equation (CME). The CME is a differential difference equation (continuous in time and discrete in the state space) for the probability of a certain state at a given time. The state space is the population count of species in...[Show more]
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